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National Security reforms: major step forward, but fail to tackle many of Bill C-51’s biggest problems
The government’s new National Security Act 2017 will need to be substantially strengthened as it progresses through Parliament to protect the privacy of Canadians
Our own Victoria Henry argues that Canadians deserve better than Bill C-51 - we deserve our privacy back.
We have a busy and exciting week ahead on all of our pillars and we want to make sure our community members are the first to know what’s cooking.
With your help, we’ve just launched a powerful new tool to get Canadian voices on the public record against Bill C-51
Privacy Commissioner’s findings underscore the need for a complete repeal of Bill C-51 and an end to the bulk collection of Canadians’ metadata
We’re calling on Public Safety Minister Goodale to address this blatant violation of Canadians' Charter rights in the government's security consultation
An overdue promise has become a reality and we need everyone on board to ensure all Canadians can experience privacy and security online.
National security consultation opens door to repealing Bill C-51 but framing of issues raises concerns
Launched following pressure from over 300,000 Canadians, government consultation focuses more on concerns of police than needs of public.
The consultation that hundreds of thousands of Canadians have been longing for is around the corner.
Our own Laura Tribe met with Minister of Public Safety & Emergency Preparedness, Ralph Goodale, to discuss the reckless, dangerous and ineffective Bill C-51. Here's what happened and what happens next.
We’re meeting with Minister Goodale on C-51, and we want you to make sure your voices are heard: What should we say?
We are meeting in person with Canada’s Minister of Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness, Ralph Goodale to discuss Bill C-51 and we need you to tell us what you want us to say to him. Comment away below!
It’s time for Canada to hold its spy agencies accountable with new framework for oversight and review
OpenMedia has joined civil society organizations from across Canada in a letter to Minister Ralph Goodale about what’s needed to fix our currently deficient oversight model for our spy agencies.